point-of-service


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point-of-service

(point′əv-sûr′vĭs)
adj.
1. Relating to or being a health-insurance plan in which members receive health care at a standard premium and co-pay if they use providers within an approved network and pay more if they use providers outside the network.
2. Relating to the time, place, or manner in which a business interacts with its customers.

point of service n.
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POS: or point-of-service plan, refers to insurance that allows members to receive care from a specific list of doctors and specialists who've contracted with that insurer.
1c] levels declined significantly in patients from both practice settings who received point-of-service education, compared with their counterparts who did not receive the education.
nTelagent's total point-of-service solution, the Retail Application for Healthcare, guides patient access staff through each patient encounter via real-time, customized scripts.
The new Oracle Retail Xstore Point-of-Service Workstation solution combines hardware and software to help store associates speed transactions via mobile point-of-service or at checkout.
nTelagent's solution allows hospitals to consistently and accurately address point-of-service challenges: upfront determination of patient payment due, upfront collections, discounting of services, insurance verification, charity care, payment plans, price transparency, and medical financing assistance and enrollment.
nTelagent's Retail Application, built on a cloud computing platform, is the only point-of-service collection solution for the healthcare industry that settles all accounts on the front end - regardless of whether the patient is insured, uninsured or charity.
nTelagent's Retail Application for Healthcare, built on a cloud computing platform, is the only point-of-service collection solution for the healthcare industry that settles all accounts on the front end - regardless of whether the patient is insured, uninsured or charity.
Within a short timeframe, the provider will see streamlined, effective point-of-service processes, resulting in increased collections, upfront and overall, and increased cash on hand, as well as decreases in bad debt and AR days.
s point-of-service collection system, called the Retail Application for Healthcare, gives providers a comprehensive solution to address all their front-end challenges, along with the "Point-of-Service Reporting Director," which allows them to monitor every patient-due amount on-demand and in real time.
Our software solutions for Home Care, EMS and Assisted Living utilize flexible methods of electronic data capture at the point-of-service including scannable forms, telephony, and mobile devices, and provide web deployed business intelligence automation for the back-office.
The Northeast health plans offer a wide array of products including: Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Point-of-Service (POS), Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), third-party administration, Medicare and Medicaid.